CEO Magazine describes the purpose of their rankings, compiled by the International Graduate Forum, as follows: “The objective is simple: to identify schools which marry exceptional quality with great ROI.”
CEO Magazine’s Group Editor-in-Chief, Alexandra Skinner, says of this year’s rankings: “The inclusion of some very well-known and highly regarded players within the market, serve to further establish the CEO Magazine Global MBA Rankings as a go-to reference tool for future MBA students.”
These student-centered rankings are based on key performance indicators that are designed to help potential students: the learning environment, class sizes, tuition fees, faculty, delivery methods, international diversity, and gender make-up.
Dr Stephen Hodges, President of Hult International Business School said of Hult’s debut in the rankings: “We’re delighted at this latest recognition of Hult as one of the world’s top business schools. Rankings continue to put us alongside leaders in the field of business education, reflecting our position as The Global Business School.”
Hult is also ranked in the top 1% of business schools worldwide by both The Economist and Bloomberg Business. Hult offers both full and part-time MBAs, as well as one-year Masters programs and an Undergraduate program. They have campus locations in San Francisco, Boston, London, Dubai, Shanghai, New York, and Ashridge (U.K.) and their programs enable students to study at several locations over the course of their program.
You can see the rankings in full on CEO Magazine’s website here.
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